Beijing Program: 2014 Economic Outlook Featuring J.P. Morgan Chief Economist Zhu Haibin

Economic growth slowed in the Chinese economy in 2013, negatively impacting certain business sectors. Meanwhile the Chinese government continues to move forward adding details on implementation of important economic reforms. What can US-China Business Council (USCBC) members expect from the Chinese economy in 2014?

USCBC is pleased to invite you to a 2014 economic outlook program in Beijing on Monday, February 17 at 2:30 pm. The program will feature J.P. Morgan’s Chief China Economist Zhu Haibin. Mr. Zhu will provide an outlook on the global and Chinese economies, including:

  • 2014 global economic outlook: divergence between developed and emerging markets
  • Expectations for the Chinese economy in 2014
  • Expectations for economic reforms in 2014
  • Major challenges to structural reform in China

Haibin Zhu joined J.P. Morgan in September 2011 as the chief economist for China and heads the economic research for greater China. Haibin wrote extensively on financial market and stability issues in China, real estate cycles, risk management, and banking regulation. He has published at BIS flagship publications and numerous academic journals and won best paper awards in areas of real estate valuation, fixed income, and banking. Currently he is a column writer for Caijing, Caixin, and Financial Times (Chinese).

Program Agenda:
2:00-2:30 pm Registration
2:30-3:30 pm Remarks
3:30-4:00 pm Q&A

RSVP: To attend this event, please register with Sharon Chen and provide your name, title, and company affilitation.

This event is for members and invited guests of USCBC only. The event is off-the-record and media will not be present. Seats are limited and registration is required.

Economic growth slowed in the Chinese economy in 2013, negatively impacting certain business sectors. Meanwhile the Chinese government continued to move forward adding details on implementation of important economic reforms. What should US-China Business Council (USCBC) members expect from the Chinese economy in 2014?

USCBC hosted a 2014 economic outlook program in Beijing. The program featured J.P. Morgan’s Chief China Economist Zhu Haibin. Mr. Zhu provided an outlook on the global and Chinese economies, including:

  • 2014 global economic outlook: divergence between developed and emerging markets
  • Expectations for the Chinese economy in 2014
  • Expectations for economic reforms in 2014
  • Major challenges to structural reform in China

Haibin Zhu joined J.P. Morgan in September 2011 as the chief economist for China and heads the economic research for greater China. Haibin wrote extensively on financial market and stability issues in China, real estate cycles, risk management, and banking regulation. He has published at BIS flagship publications and numerous academic journals and won best paper awards in areas of real estate valuation, fixed income, and banking. Currently he is a column writer for Caijing, Caixin, and Financial Times (Chinese).

Event Details

When:
Monday, February 17, 2014 - 14:00 to 16:00
Where:
Kerry Hotel Beijing
Shen Zhen Room, 3rd Floor
No. 1 Guanghua Road
100020 Beijing
China

Registration

Deadline:
Friday, February 14, 2014 - 16:00
Cost:
RMB 300 (Payable at the door; includes coffee/tea and light snacks)